Mcgill'S Owners Take Hospital Charity Donations to over £100,000

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"Every child deserves a chance at a healthy and happy life, and we hope our contribution can make a positive impact on their journey to recovery."

Those are the words of Sandy and James Easdale, owners of McGill's Bus Group in Scotland, after their latest donation to Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity.

The brothers personally donated $60,000 to the charity in 2022 and made McGill's buses available for free to children attending the hospital, which is Scotland's largest children's hospital.

"The work of the Glasgow Children's Hospital is vital in ensuring babies, children and young people receive the best possible care whenever it is required and we believe in doing our part to support this," Sandy Easdale says in a statement, per the Courier.

"By giving this additional [$25,000] to Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity, James and I hope it can support the brave young souls facing medical challenges and inspire others to join us in making a difference in their lives," adds James Easdale.

The Easdales also donated $10,000 to Ardgowan Hospice in Scotland last week.

"With both of their kind contributions, we can make an even greater impact and ensure that those facing end-of-life challenges receive the comfort and support they

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